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College Lit General Issue

The Summer 2009 issue of College Literature is another of their “General Issues” which includes a wide range of articles helpful for both college and university teachers. This issue includes the essays “‘Bodied Forth in Words’: Sylvia Plath’s Ecopoetics” (Scott Knickerbocker), “The Orients of Gertrude Stein” (Josephine Nock-Hee Park), “The Postcolonial Orphan’s Autobiography: Authoring the Self in Jamaica Kincaid’s Mr. Potter and Calixthe Beyala’s La Petite fille du reverbere” (Julian Everett), “Speakers and Sleepers: Chang-rae Lee’s Native Speaker, Whitman, and the Performance of Americanness” (Christian Moraru), “Pride and Prestige: Jane Austen and the Professions” (Alice Drum), “‘Other and More Terrible Evils’: Anticapitalist Rhetoric in Harriet Wilson’s Our Nig and Proslavery Propaganda” (David Dowling), “Shakespeare, Faulkner, and the Expression of the Tragic” (Duncan McColl Chesney), “‘Energetic Space’: The Experience of Literature and Learning” (Maria Takolander), “Prepreprofessionalism: Rankings, Rewards, and the Graduate Admissions Process” (Craig T. Fehrman). Also included are review essays and book reviews – a usefully packed professional quarterly journal.

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